The acoustics research program at BYU is cross-disciplinary, involving the treatment of both fundamental and applied problems in acoustics and vibration using analytical, numerical, and experimental means. It focuses primarily on acoustic signal processing, active and passive noise and vibration control, aeroacoustics, architectural acoustics, audio acoustics, nonlinear acoustics, outdoor sound propagation, and sound-structure interactions. Many resources are readily available for the effective simulation, measurement, and control of physical systems. In addition to strong computational facilities, the program has acoustical laboratories with extensive state-of-the-art measurement equipment, two anechoic chambers, two reverberation chambers, and a variable acoustics chamber that can be used for experimental studies.
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